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  Reply # 1618934 29-Aug-2016 04:17
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Rikkitic: Cut the power to the house, double-checking that everything is off, then hook the test light to the red and black wires, leaving the two loose red wires unconnected. If the light comes on when you switch on the power, something is wrong


Your instruction is wrong. It has already been identified as 3 plate wiring.

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  Reply # 1618960 29-Aug-2016 09:05
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I am just being systematic. If the person is not an electrician it is better to be safe than sorry.

 

 





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